Toni Hanns and Sonya Judd recently encouraged businesses in Forbes to join Connect Pink.
The shop on the corner of Rankin and Templar streets had their own business page on ConnectPink just after the social media site was launched in June.
Ms Hanns said the best way to retain business in a wave of internet shopping is to jump right in.
“Also, networking with [other] businesses is good… you’ve got to keep up,” Ms Hanns said.
Apart from the potential benefits to business, Ms Judd said ConnectPink also has a ‘feel good’ factor, with members asked to donate to the Jane McGrath Foundation when they sign up.
“At the end of the day it’s a good cause,” Ms Judd said.
The ladies at Little Extras said anyone could go to their Connect Pink page to find out more about their business.
The store is also having a winter clearance sale.
“Because [the store] is changing hands we are having a general clear out before the new owner, Leigh Bartholomaeus takes over,” Ms Judd said.
“It would be great if clients could redeem gift vouchers as soon as possible to assist us in a smooth change over,” she said.